Adirondack Park Company built rental properties on Lower Saranac Lake including the Mark Twain Camp.

In 1900, it was listed as having property worth $1000 in Franklin County, and paying $12 in tax.  By 1903, its property had increased in value to $1200, with taxes of $16.20 and by 1905 it was valued at $1500 with taxes of $18.00 with $12 highway tax. (Malone Farmer, Malone Palladium)

The firm was dissolved by order of Governor Alfred E. Smith for failure to report in a timely manner according to a list published in the Adirondack News, March 13, 1926

Plattsburgh Republican, July 20, 1901

Samuel L. Clemens, "Mark Twain," is spending the summer with his family at Lower Saranac Lake in one of the cottages of the Adirondack Park Company.